Framework released its first modular laptop last year, and the company now offers it with ChromeOS. It’s not the most exciting laptop we’ve ever seen, but it’s extremely well designed, upgradeable and flexible. You can easily swap out different ports, add RAM and storage and replace any parts that might break over time. Couple that with an excellent screen and keyboard and you have a quality device that should last years longer than the average Chromebook, even if its $999 price is a bit high.
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